Welcome to Floatpays! When you use Floatpays, you trust us with your personal data. We’re committed to keeping that trust. That starts with helping you understand our privacy practices.
This policy applies to you when you visit our website, use our application, or order our services as a customer or a user, and may change from time to time.
Personal information is information that identifies or relates specifically to you including your financial information, for example, your name, age and employee number, salary information and bank account details.
It will be information that we collect:
But that excludes anonymous, de-identified, statistical, and public information.
We use your personal information to:
We will only disclose your personal information if:
Acceptance. You may not order any of our services if you do not accept this policy or any changes to it.
Changes. We may change this policy at any time and will notify you of the changes on our website, through our application, or by email. The changed policy applies to you if you continue using our website, our application, or our services following the notification.
We understand the value of your personal information and therefore will take all reasonable steps to protect your personal information from loss, misuse or unauthorised alteration. Your personal information is stored in databases that have built-in safeguards and firewalls to ensure the privacy and confidentiality of that information.
We recognise the need for appropriate protection and management of the personal information you share with us. We protect that information using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption technology and by limiting employee access on a need-to-know basis. We store data in encrypted form on computers and control access via secure web pages. We employ firewalls and other security technologies to protect our servers from external attack.
Our security systems meet or exceed industry standards and we are constantly monitoring internet developments to ensure our systems evolve as required. We also test our systems regularly to make sure our security mechanisms are up to date.
Finally, we are subject to South African data protection laws, including the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa 1996, Protection of Personal Information Act 2013, the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act, 2002, the Regulation of Interception of Communication Act 2002, the National Credit Act 2005 read with the National Credit Amendment Act 2014 and the Consumer Protection Act 2008 which we comply with fully and give the greatest respect.
When you make use of our online contact forms you provide us with your information voluntarily and consent to our storage and use thereof. We will store and use this information according to the terms of this agreement.
Our website, related websites and mobile applications may have links to or from other websites. Although we try to link only to websites that also have high privacy standards, we are not responsible for their security, privacy practices or content. We recommend that you always read the privacy and security statements on these websites.
We communicate with you through different methods and channels. If allowed by law, we may record and monitor electronic communications to make sure that they comply with our legal and regulatory responsibilities and internal policies.
We will monitor and analyse your profile for verification, fraud, compliance and other risk-related purposes as required by law.
As aforementioned, we are committed to the protection of your personal information and any information disclosed to third parties is only done so with our knowledge and express authorisation. You are entitled to request access to your information at a prescribed fee and to request that inaccurate, irrelevant, excessive, outdated, misleading or unlawfully obtained information be corrected, deleted or in the case of a dispute, indicate that a correction has been requested, but not made.
Floatpays is a private company, duly incorporated in terms of the applicable laws of South Africa.